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  • Master Plan Public Meeting #1

    June 21, 2018

  • ▪ Welcome and Introductions

    ▪ Formal Presentation:

    • Project Overview

    • Snapshot of Maynard

    • Audience Polling Exercise

    ▪ General Questions and Answers

    ▪ Break-out Group Discussions

    ▪ Group Report Backs

    ▪ Next Steps

    ▪ Exit Exercise: What is your vision for Maynard?

    Agenda

  • ▪ Basic Master Plan Process

    • Existing Conditions and Trends Analysis

    • Public Participation

    1 • Draft Master

    Plan

    • Public Participation

    2 Final Master Plan3 The Living Master Plan4

     Vision, Goals and Policies

     Land Use

     Housing

     Economic Development

     Natural and Cultural Resources

     Open Space and Recreation

     Public Services and Facilities

     Transportation and Circulation

     Implementation

    Purpose of the Master Plan

    PLAN ELEMENTS

  • Project Schedule

  • Schedule

  • Existing Conditions: Snapshot of Maynard

  • Snapshot of Maynard

  • Snapshot of Maynard

    – Land Use

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Land Use

    1999-2005 Change 1971-2005 Change

    Agriculture -64.6% -75.8%

    Open Undeveloped Land -38.9% -54.4%

    Commercial 59.6% 59.6%

    Industrial/Transportation/Mining -51.9% -34.5%

    Higher Density Residential 12.5% 54.9%

    Medium Density Residential -16.6% -3.5%

    Low Density Residential -24.8% 12.7%

    Urban Open/Institutional/Recreation -16.8% -11.6%

    Natural Land/Undisturbed Vegetation 17.9% 2.0%

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    1971 1985 1999 2005

    Land Cover Distribution, 1971 to 2005

    Industrial/Transportation/Mining

    Natural Land/Undisturbed Vegetation

    Urban Open/Institutional/Recreation

    Low Density Residential

    Medium Density Residential

    Higher Density Residential

    Commercial

    Open Undeveloped Land

    Agriculture

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Land Use

    26%

    24%23%

    11%

    6%

    3% 3%

    2%

    1% 1% 0%

    Single Family Residential Recreation/Institutional/Urban Open Other

    Industrial/Transportation Multi-Family Residential Open Undeveloped

    Commercial Water Apartments and Other Residential

    Agricultural Natural/Undisturbed Vegetation

    Land Use Percent of Total

    Single Family Residential 26.3

    Recreation/Institutional/Urban Open 23.6

    Other 23.2

    Industrial/Transportation 10.8

    Multi-Family Residential 5.5

    Open Undeveloped 3.2

    Commercial 2.5

    Water 2.1

    Apartments and Other Residential 1.4

    Agricultural 1.3

    Natural/Undisturbed Vegetation 0.1

    Land Use Distribution

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Land Use

    Zoning Distribution

    29.1%

    26.1%

    20.9%

    9.6%

    7.7%

    2.4%

    2.0% 1.0% 1.2%

    S-1: Single Residence Districts (Mid-Density)

    OS: Open Space Districts

    S-2: Single Residence Districts (Lower Density)

    I: Industrial Districts

    GR: General Residence Districts (High Density)

    GA: Garden Apartment Districts

    B: Business Districts

    CB: Central Business Districts

    HI: Health Care/Industrial District

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Land Use

    Maynard contains several Overlay Districts including: ▪ Neighborhood Business Overlay District – Encourages the mixed-use development of large land areas

    – Includes the 129 Parker Street Development Project

    ▪ Downtown Mixed-Use Overlay District (DOD) – Purpose is to foster vibrant, attractive, and durable Downtown

    ▪ Flood Plain District – Includes special flood hazard areas (Zone A and AE; FEMA)

    ▪ Water Supply Protection District – Protects the quality of groundwater and surface water supplies

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Economic Development

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Economic Development

    ▪ The largest employment sectors in Maynard are: 1) Professional & Technical Services

    2) Accommodation & Food Service

    3) Retail Trade

    Source: State of MA, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

    NAICS Code - Industry 2011 2016 Annual % Change 2011 2016 Annual % Change

    23 - Construction 129 146 2.7% 34 36 1.2%

    31-33 - Manufacturing 99 236 27.7% 6 6 0.0%

    42 - Wholesale Trade 84 39 -10.7% 17 15 -2.4%

    44-45 - Retail Trade 255 211 -3% 35 29 -3%

    52 - Finance and Insurance 58 48 -3% 9 7 -4%

    53 - Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 54 34 -8% 17 7 -12%

    54 - Professional and Technical Services 469 439 -1% 75 61 -4%

    56 - Administrative and Waste Services 84 133 12% 26 21 -4%

    62 - Health Care and Social Assistance 110 121 2% 14 32 26%

    72 - Accommodation and Food Services 493 465 -1% 21 24 3%

    81 - Other Services, Except Public Administration 125 91 -5% 28 27 -1%

    92 - Public Administration 146 321 24% 6 7 3%

    Total, All Industries 2,106 2,284 1.7% 288 272 -1.1%

    Avg Employment Number of Establishments

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Economic Development

    Source: ESRI BAO

    Employment Density in Maynard & Surrounding towns

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Economic Development

    Maynard Crossing

    Current & Future Developments:

    ▪ Maynard Crossing/129 Park St ▪ 296,000 sf mixed use development ▪ 323 residential units (senior living &

    market rate) ▪ Gruber Furniture ▪ 28 units

    ▪ Powder Mill Place ▪ Joint project between Maynard &

    Acton ▪ Maynard portion will feature 74 units

    (including 19 affordable)

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Housing

    Maynard adopted its Housing Production Plan in 2016, prepared by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) ▪ Both the number of households and total population are projected

    to increase over the next decade

    10,325 10,433 10,106 10,193 10,308

    4,051 4,292 4,239 4,497 4,713

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    1990 2000 2010 2020 2030

    Population Households

    Total & Projected Population and Households, 1990 - 2030

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 2012-2016, MAPC Projections

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    Under 5 years

    5-19 20-34 35-54 55-64 65-84 85 years and over

    2016 2000

    Snapshot of Maynard – Housing

    ▪ The population in Maynard is aging, with the largest growth between 2000 and 2016 in age cohorts 55 to 64 and 65 to 84

    ▪ Currently, approximately 15 percent of the Maynard population is individuals age 65 or older living alone.

    Population Change by Age Group, 2000 - 2016

    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 2012-2016

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Housing

    ▪ Maynard’s housing stock is primarily single-family units – However, multi-family development (3 units or more) compose approximately 18

    percent of the housing stock

    – Prices for single-family and condominium units have increased substantially since 2012, although rental rates have remained on the lower end for the area.

    Units in Structure

    2000

    Number Percent

    2016

    Number Percent

    Percent Change

    2000-2016 Single family, detached

    2,745 62.3% 2,944 62.0% 7.2%

    Single family, attached

    316 7.2% 598 12.6% 89.2%

    2 units 430 9.8% 342 7.2% -20.5% 3 or 4 units 278 6.3% 281 5.9% 1.1% 5 to 9 units 342 7.8% 190 4.0% -44.4% 10 to 19 units 188 4.3% 264 5.6% 40.4% 20 or more units 72 1.6% 77 1.6% 6.9% 50 or more units 35 0.8% 49 1.0% 40.0% Total housing units 4,406 100.0% 4,745 100.0% 7.7%

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Historic & Cultural Resources

    ▪ National Register-Listed: – Glenwood Cemetery

    ▪ Inventoried Resources: – 13 Areas

    – 63 Individual Resources

    – 125 additional surveyed properties

    ▪ Archaeological Sites: – 28 Pre-Contact*

    – 15 Post-Contact * Before European contact with Native Americans

    Glenwood Cemetery

  • Snapshot of Maynard – Historic & Cultural Resources

    ▪ Historic Resource Regulations ▪ Demolition Delay:

    • Applies to Significant Buildings • Waiting period is 12 months; National Register-listed properties

    18 months

    • Detailed procedure guide, application form, and List of Historic Significant Properties available on Historical Commission website

    ▪ Key Stakeholders ▪ Maynard Historical Commission ▪ Community Preservation Commission (CPC) ▪ Maynard Historical Society ▪ Maynard Public Library – Local History Collection